Giants will have to settle for 10 picks in 2022
Lance Zierlein of NFL.com has released a projection in which NFL teams will receive compensatory draft picks in 2022. The New York Giants are one of 15 teams that are expected to not receive any extra picks.
With the Giants signing the likes of free agent wide recever Kenny Golladay, running back Devontae Booker and wide receiver John Ross and only losing defensive tackle Dalvin Tomlinson, this makes sense when looking at OverTheCap.com’s cancellation chart.
This isn’t a big deal for the Giants given the fact that they now have 10 total picks for next year after making multiple trades on draft weekend last week. Here are the picks they have for 2022:
- 1st round
- 1st round (via Bears)
- 2nd round
- 3rd round
- 3rd round (via Dolphins)
- 4th round
- 4th round (via Bears)
- 5th round
- 6th round
- 7th round
The Giants will have plenty of draft assets to move up and down and get whoever they want next year. So if quarterback Daniel Jones doesn’t cut it, they can easily get his replacement. If he is the real deal they can load up with more talent with two first round picks.
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